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I Am Legend $$$$ - 12/18/07 07:50 AM
It's weird recommending a stressful situation. Like this movie, it's stressful. I'd never say, "Hey, if you want a good time then load the kids in the van and go for a rush hour fast food run!" But I would recommend this movie. But I gotta say that New York City looks pretty pleasant without people. Real Estate Agents and Brokers get Three Free Zips at MyREALTY.com. (1 comments)
Alvin and the Chipmunks $$ - 12/18/07 07:03 AM
The good news: Jason Lee and David Cross are superbly cast as the much-maligned Dave "Aaaaalvin!" Seville and the Greedy Jett Record Executive, Uncle Ian, respectively. The bad: We are obsessed with butts. I cover that in the video below. Expose your assets, list and sell for FREE at MyREALTY.com. (2 comments)
Juno $$$$ - 12/18/07 06:56 AM
Little Miss Sunshine got herself all growed up...and knocked up. That's not to say the young actress Abigail Breslin of Sunshine is in this movie, or pregnant. I'm just saying that Juno is this year's little movie that could. And it does. From Rainn Wilson's opening cameo as a wisecracking convenience store clerk, to the final shot in Vanessa Loring's (Jennifer Garner) overdone nursery, Juno delivers more entertainment than an entire fall season of TV. And since there are no more writers, let's throw in Spring, too. Juno is one of the most refreshing movies you'll ever see. A lot of (0 comments)
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (Le Scaphandre et le papillon) $$$$$ - 12/18/07 06:51 AM
Be the butterfly. Be it now! I felt like an ass. Shortly before seeing this movie--quite possibly the best film of the year--I complained to Sarah that I did not have enough time to write a book. I'm too busy, I said, and then followed that excuse with, "And I think I need to find a kid who'll sell me his Adderall." Then I left the house and watched the true story of Jean Dominique-Bauby. At one point he represented the pinnacle of social and financial success. He was the snappy playboy who rose to the ranks of editor of Elle (1 comments)
Are You in the Moot? - 12/12/07 12:23 PM
Moot. It's not a word used all that much, but it now gets its day in the sun. "Moot," is the most succinct way to describe the recent plan proposed by President Bush to bailout homeowners trapped in subprime mortgages. Actually, it's the mootest, or most moot, plan of inaction ever. That's not to say action is needed, but this act is simply the administration acting like their acting. It's the antimatter of the matter. People who choose this voluntary program will be locked into a five-year interest rate freeze. Problem is, they're still in a subprime loan that will one (0 comments)
Atonement - 12/08/07 06:09 PM
Here's a quick way to make most everything that's come out so far this year look like complete rubbish. Atonement is brilliant. I could write and write about this film but then it's a pain to edit it down to the tiny space the newspaper allows me. It's so hard because I love all of my sentences. Even the fragments. If you've heard of this Ian McEwan novel then you are much cooler and smarter than me. I went to this movie not knowing a darn thing, and that may be the best way to go. I'll offer you just a (0 comments)
The Golden Compass - 12/08/07 06:08 PM
The Golden Compass is the beginning of another movie trilogy. Trilogies are hot right now. Simply write three consecutive books, maybe instructional pamphlets on how to operate your oven, and Hollywood will buy the rights. Of course Philip Pullman's "His Dark Materials" literary trio aren't just any three books. They are a hotbed for controversy. Actually, some people just might consider them an instruction manual on how to overthrow the church. More on that in a bit. The Golden Compass, adapted from Northern Lights, the first of Pullman's "Dark Materials", isn't a bad movie. It's just not over-the-top-Lord-of-the-Rings fantastic. Nicole Kidman is (0 comments)
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